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I thought for any new members that we have, it might be nice to introduce yourself. feel free to do so here

My names john n i have a recurring dream about being forced to sleep in the same bed as my older sister.

Hi, i'm June and I just found this website I am 13 and have a large interest in cosmology - so i'm starting to study by myself at home. I know, i'm very young... However, shouldn't that be a good t

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Hey everybody

My name is Taylor. I'm new here, (obviously,lol) and I'm definately looking forward to participating in this forum. I am 16 and am currently taking some required classes at college. I am a self proclaimed nerd and proud of it, ( though I do enjoy a lot of "un-nerdy" sort of things.)


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I'm an electronic eng. and an IT analyst, 55 years old,

and I have to say: there is NO space expansion, NO BB, NO Dark matter, NO dark energy.

If you do not agree with this, good, read below, and prepare yourself for a good discussion.


The physics building is based on the invariance of the atom.

There is no principle or law or experiment to support this.

... we only presume.., there is absolutely no foundation for this 'truth' !!


here I point to a novel cosmology that I'd love to discuss, and hope to find someone that can say, 'here is an error, because..' or that is not correct because.... Take the time to read it, because it is easy reading.



"A relativistic time variation of matter/space fits both local and cosmic data"

presents a new model that simply states:

no space expansion, no inflation, no dark matter, no dark energy, no new physics laws, and ... explains at all scales the observed universe.



Best regards

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